Guang Dong Hotel
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... got her cab and sped off. Once she was gone I noticed another expat and her daughter behind me. We got to talking and she noticed I was going to Carrefour and offered to share a cab if I wanted to go to the one at Thumb Plaza instead. I, of course agreed, as I hadn’t been there yet. We piled into a cab and I sat up in the front seat next to the driver. Well I sat next to the Plexiglas bubble the driver sits in and we sped off.
... end to another journey and set of adventures.
Shanghai Airport is not marvellous for buying Duty Free goods but I managed as I usually do to find my mother some Dior perfume and my father a Polo shirt. I just hoped my mother would be well enough to enjoy her gift. She loved perfume.
* We have over the years bought numerous fake designer watches from Shanghai. It definitely pays to spend a little extra for the ...
... which is also a shopping area but for real touristy stuff. The buildings were lovely. Our guide took us to a 'secret" (behind a closed gate) place that made high quality knock off stuff, and we went out of curiosity but didn't buy anything. I tried to bargain for a few items in a couple of stores but they wanted more than I was willing to pay. And David had suggested we could get the same stuff at a much lower price when we get off the boat in ...
... stayed inside for that one!!!!
On the way out there is a History Museum which was great but we were so tired of walking. The only problem was that it was one way so we kept going forward..... up stairs, around corners, back downstairs and around more corners... It was worth seeing but it was around 9.30pm. We couldn't wait to get back to the ...
... most likely mean bad consequences for yours truly. The 2-hour meeting didn’t seem all that bad and I got a nice break afterwards as Heyou, a young, Chinese co-worker gave me a more comprehensive tour. This incorporated the 3rd floor as well, which was practically the factory-line positions. Though still relatively good jobs, the countless Chinese 20-year-olds working there spent hours a day sitting in front of a computer with a headset taking calls ...